“Se Veía Venir” is his first leader at the radio format since “El Peor de Mis Fracasos” topped the chart for one week in 1999.
Marco Antonio Solis returns to Billboard’s Regional Mexican Airplay chart for the first time in over two decades as “Se Veía Venir” climbs 6-1 on the ranking dated Oct. 2. It’s his first leader at the radio format since “El Peor de Mis Fracasos” topped the chart for one week on the Sept. 11, 1999-dated list.
“Se Veía Venir” takes over atop the ranking boosted by a 67% increase in audience impressions, to 8 million, in the U.S. in the week ending Sept. 26, according to MRC Data.
The mariachi-powered “Se Veía Venir” grants Solis his eighth No. 1 on Regional Mexican Airplay, the third-most among soloists since the chart began in 1994. Among all acts, the group Calibre 50 continues to lead with 20 No. 1s.